TG4 sees viewer numbers increase

Television ratings for the period January to June 2005 show that RTE 1's share of viewing in peak time has increased slightly from 32 per cent to 32.2 per cent.

30th July, 2005

Television ratings for the period January to June 2005 show that RTE 1's share of viewing in peak time has increased slightly from 32 per cent to 32.2 per cent.

TV3 is ranked number two with an all-day share of 12.9 per cent and a peak-time share of 13.4 per cent, both down on the same period in 2004. TG4 is the only indigenous terrestrial station to increase its share, up from 3.1 per cent to 3.4 per...

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